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Hot Links: Monday, June 21

Looking toward expansion, potential trades in the lead-up, opportunities for improvement, problems with the depth, Caleb Jones’ fortune, and MORE!

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Morning, folks!

Apologies for my absence last week — and big ups to Jeff for stepping up in the interim — I was under the weather. Given that I haven’t really commingled with people outside of my house for like fifteen months, needless to say, it floored me.

Pam, call my mom!

Hope everyone’s been doing OK in the meantime. I’m sure the quiet was nice for a couple days. I’m going to let the links speak for themselves this morning, but that’s mostly a function of me not really knowing WTF has been going on over the past week. Enjoy!

Hotlinks: June 18th 2021 Edition (Copper and Blue)

Dave Tippett Finishes 13th In Jack Adams Voting (Copper and Blue)

Ken Holland’s Best Bets (Copper and Blue)

Monday Mailbag – Who We Losing In The Expansion Draft? (ON)

Ken Holland Doesn’t Have A Little Problem With Edmonton Oilers’ Depth Lines. He Has A BIG Problem. (EJ)

Edmonton Oilers Connor McDavid, Tyson Barrie Receive Lady Byng Votes (ON)

How Much Did On-Ice Save Percentage Hurt Caleb Jones’s Season? Part 1 Of 2 (TOR)

Looking Back At Ken Holland’s History In Free Agency (ON)

Rear Window (LT)

Off The Top Of My Head (ON)

2021 NHL Draft Countdown No. 100-96: Vladislav Lukashevich, Josh Lopina, Josh Doan, Martin Rysavy, Liam Dower-Nilsson (ON)

Random Thoughts: Nugent-Hopkins Negotiations, Jake DeBrusk, Expansion Draft, And More (ON)

Imitation Of Life (LT)

5 Offseason Things – Part Three: Getting A Top Six Winger (ON)

Edmonton Oilers 2020-21 Season In Review: The Offence (ON)

Lowetide: The 7 Oilers Roster Spots GM Ken Holland Must Improve This Offseason (TA)

Lowetide: Caleb Jones, Oilers Reach Crossroads That Could Land Jones In Seattle (TA)